While the World Environment Day might have lasted just for a day, but that sure hasn't dampened our spirit of celebrations of 'Greens' , or living midst the 'Greens'... Yeah, it's high time to revamp our living style rather, decors of our home sweet home with some lovely greens. But if you thought that getting the greens to your place, especially in this summer season is a tedious tasks, well there is someone who's bringing it to your doorsteps... via just a click!
Homeandgardenlife.com, is one it's kind online gardening website that is all set to cater to the garden enthusiasts, flower and exotic plant lovers by offering an array of green services, thus making your living space a breathable beauty. We recently reviewed and experienced their service, and the greens that they offer. Though, we planned to feature them this World Environment Day, but had to delay for some unavoidable reasons... Let's know more about HGL (Homeandgardenlife.com)
|The Exotic Greens From Homeandgardenlife.com|
|Cute Little Greens Around Your Workplace|
No wonder, as when we received these plants from the brand, we made sure to decorate our workplace in the best possible way. You will be surprised to know that not much effort is required to maintain them, and because of potting soil, the plants grow fast, remain healthy and soak less water. You can easily decorate your workplace (see pic above) with a few basic greens around...
Though, the plants in these pots after a month or so have grown to an extent that we will soon be shifting them to bigger pots now, and making a few outdoorsy. But a website like Homeandgardenlife.com is sure a quick and best way to revamp your dull decor with some vibrant greens this summer season!
What We Observed:
Don't go for Ferns in this season, as they will need extra care, and chances are the plant will still go dry. Secondly, as the Founder of HGL suggested, don't over-water your plants, which is usually the prime reason for plants to die or not grow. And lastly, don't water your plants during afternoon as this may leave the pot dry (coz of evaporation) hindering the plant's overall growth...